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The Bloody Bozeman by Dorothy M. Johnson

The Bloody Bozeman (1971)

by Dorothy M. Johnson

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The Bozeman Trail was the road to the gold in Montana.
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The Bozeman Trail led to the goldfields of Montana for six years in the 1860s before the army abandoned its three forts along the way, yielding to Red Cloud and his warriors. Hailed by A. B. Guthrie Jr. as among the very best in the American Trail series, The Bloody Bozeman weaves an 'almost seamless pattern of destiny and adventure.

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Using many old journals, diaries, letters and pioneers' reminiscences, the author has re-created the story of this Trail, marked in 1863 by John Bozeman and John Jacobs, which went right through the Indians' last remaining great hunting country. And it was the Sioux Indians, under the great chief Red Cloud, who fought for every mile. This is a great saga of the Old West, an account filled with the struggles against nature, the battles between red man and white, of victories and defeats, of the discovery of gold, and the hangings of road agents by Vigilantes. Here too is the story of the mysterious death of General Francis Meagher, and the heroic ride of Portuguese Phillip.… (more)

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